Audrina Patridge Talks "The Hills" Movie

August 9, 2011 By:
Audrina Patridge Talks

Audrina Patridge still thinks she's an actress. Awww. That was like when she pretended to be a receptionist on "The Hills." Double Awww.

Not only that, she wants to make a movie version of the "The Hills."

This is surprising as Audrina said she was sick of the other cast members when the show ended in 2010.

However, now she's changed her tune and telling Ryan Seacrest, "We were kind of all just fed up with each other that we all needed a little break, so now we've all had our break maybe we'll all come back together and do a movie, you never know."

The Hills was a show where cameras followed around Lauren Conrad, Heidi Montag, Audrina Patridge and friends as they got in fights and sipped Long Island Iced Teas from black straws. That sums up everything that ever happened on "The Hills."

But a whole movie? Is America ready for two hours of skinny Hills girls going to clubs and yelling over the music while the audience is forced to read the subtitles like "Where's Brody?" and "So much drama"?

Audrina, who for some reason refers to herself as an actress, whose "breakout" film role was in "Sorority Row" where she plays a sorority sister who is killed off in the first 15 minutes of the film. So yeah, real serious acting stuff.

Anyways, apparently before Audrina became a fake actress she was contemplating becoming a psychologist.

"When I was younger I wanted to be a psychologist. But acting happened. I had to choose between going to college and trying to be a psychologist or moving to LA and trying to be an actress. Acting won out."

Really? Because IMDB would beg to differ.

Back to this "Hills" movie, Lauren Conrad probably wouldn't agree to do it as she told US Weekly in July she had no plans to return to reality TV, because you know, she's a fashion designer now, or whatever.

Also, Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag are reformed reality stars who claimed they couldn't handle all the fake drama that occurred on "The Hills."

Spencer confesses to the Daily Beast, "We were all getting paid to be people we weren't for so long that you stop - there's no line."

They seem like they don't want to return to their reality roots, even if it is a movie, but then again they are professional fame seekers, so I cant really take them seriously. Ever.